Valve Seat Face Runout Checker

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Valve Seat Face Runout Checker
Valve Seat Face Runout Checker
Measure easy and accurate
without experience and skill.
NEW
For valve guide hole φ4.5 is available.
seat surface
■ Removes Operator Variables
valve guide hole
Utilizes Reference Bar system, it is easy to measure.
■ Our original Reference Bar mechanism is incorporated for centering
valve guide.
Retract mechanism makes long life and reduce work piece damage.
■ High versatility
Commonly used for same valve guide diameter with adjustment of dial gauge
setting.
■ Description
Our original Reference Bar mechanism is incorporated, it is easy to measure
runout of seat surface of engine cylinder head with valve guide hole as datum.
■ Advantage
・Removes Operator Variables
・No-need of changing valve guide arbor. Since Reference bar expand (φ0.05
with in tolerance) to zero clearance, size of internal diameter is not affected.
・Easy to maintenance.
・Stability and rigidity can be improved with 3 row type.
Valve Seat Face Runout
Checker. 2 row type
Valve Seat Face Runout
Checker. 3 row type
■ Specification
Size of valve guide hole
φ4.5~
Repeatability
2μm
DAI-lCHl SOKUHAN WORKS CO.
URL http://www.issoku.jp E-mail [email protected]
HEAD OFFICE & PLANT:826-2,TSUBONO,OJIYACITY,NIIGATA PREF.,947-0044
TEL(0258)84-3911 FAX(0258)81-2113
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